This little man's room is on its way to being finished! Floors are next then we move in the furniture. . . I know a lot of mom's go through a "nesting" phase and now that he's almost here I think it's time to kick it into gear and get this nest built! More updates to come soon!
Another absolutely amazing fringe pom pom rug from @homegoods 🙈!!! I cannot help myself okay! Especially when the colors perfectly match my floor and the new door paint color—a match made in Happy House heaven! I also spy a cute little pup! 🐶 #happyhouse
The Bank of America Tower (BOAT) is a 1,200 ft skyscraper located on Avenue of the Americas, between 42nd and 43rd Streets, opposite Bryant Park. The $1 billion project was designed by COOKFOX Architects, and advertised to be one of the most efficient and ecologically friendly buildings in the world. It is the fifth tallest building in New York City, after One World Trade Center, 432 Park Avenue, 30 Hudson Yards, and the Empire State Building, and the seventh tallest building in the United States. The tower's architectural spire is 255.5 ft tall and was placed on December 15, 2007. The building is 55 stories high and contains 2,100,000 square feet of office space, three escalators and a total of 52 elevators - 50 to serve the offices and two leading to the subway's mezzanine below ground. The design of the building makes it environmentally friendly, using technologies such as floor-to-ceiling insulated glazing to contain heat and maximize natural light, and an automatic daylight dimming system. The tower also features a greywater system, which captures rainwater for reuse. Bank of America states that the building is made largely of recycled and recyclable materials. Air entering the building is filtered, as is common, but the air exhausted is cleaned as well. Bank of America Tower is the first skyscraper designed to attain a Platinum LEED Certification.